The holidays are a time of year where we get to create new memories. A time for both giving and receiving gifts from friends and family. It’s also a time when many are remembering their loved ones that are no longer here. These loved ones often include pets.
Learn about Fishbone, my close friend from the time I was 12 until I was 18. Read what I did to commemorate her after she passed over the Rainbow Bridge.
Enjoy your pets… love them and care for them. When it’s time to let them go, remember the good times they were a part of your life.
The decision to euthanize a pet is a difficult one. It’s helpful to be informed so you are better prepared to make choices during this sad time.
Important info for parents! Pet loss is difficult, and when a child is involved you want to do everything you can to help them through their grief.
Pet loss is difficult for all family members – human and animal. Is a puppy just what Sam needs?
A memorial post for Dulse, a beloved 13 year-old Newfie.
After losing a beloved pet, a family opened a dog shelter designed especially for senior dogs who need a home.
What can be confused as a cat hairball cough could actually be something much more serious. Learn about cat coughing but there’s no hairball.
For those of us who have experienced losing a beloved pet, we know the grief is real and deep. Here’s a chance to connect with other people who have also experienced pet loss.
Do animals grieve? Yes! Sam experienced a loss of his own and changed his eating, playing, and interaction habits when Dutch, another pet in the household, died.
Dog owner tells his heart-felt story of his dog, Dutch, a faithful and loving companion who was suddenly taken by canine congestive heart failure.
A tribute to my “little girl” ferret, Trouble.